Who Do You Think You Are Magazine
Bringing family history to life
Our monthly blogger Alan Crosby sets off on a historical journey across the moors of Cheshire and Derbyshire
Our regular columnist Alan Crosby takes a trip thousands of years into the past to explore what home life may have been like for our distant ancestors
With election day finally here, our regular columnist Alan Crosby takes a look at the very different choices on offer for voters 200 years ago
Our regular columnist Alan Crosby on the tricky business of learning more about the lives of the people behind the records
Our regular columnist Alan Crosby on the challenges – and unexpected rewards – of dealing with documents that have been edited over centuries
Alan Crosby laments the problems caused by constantly changing technology – but has come up with a surprisingly enjoyable solution
Alan Crosby discovers how one man's hortcultural quest shaped the contents of generations of British gardeners
Alan Crosby explores the historic landscape of the Berkshire Downs – and meets a three thousand year old horse
Alan Crosby considers the central role that walking played in the lives of many of our ancestors
Alan Crosby pays a visit to Leeds' Grand Theatre, and lifts the curtain on what such buildings can reveal about the cultural lives of our ancestors
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